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In love still faithful to the end

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. #a262 (1895) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Lyrics: 1 In love still faithful to the end, The Lord approved Himself our Friend, And granted in His last bequest That which through faith gives peace and rest. 2 The night in which He was betrayed, He blessed the bread and cup, and said, Eat, drink, and named the given good: 'This is My Body and My Blood.' 3 Israel's Paschal-feast had long Kept waiting hope in Israel strong, The Lamb of God now gave, instead, Himself as heavenly drink and bread. 4 Keep ye this feast confessing Me, Whose death alone could make you free, Your souls and bodies, dearly bought, Yield not to sin: forget Me not! 5 O may we ne'er unworthy prove Of Jesus' all-enduring love! Nor doubt the Master's work and Word, And thus reject Him as the Lord. 6 His body, once as ransom given, Is proffered her as pledge of heaven; His blood, shed for us on the tree, Here cleanses from iniquity. 7 Lord help our faith to grasp the Word, That we in grace may near Thy board; And here discern what Thou dost give, Partake of life and ever live! Topics: The Catechism Justification
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In love still faithful to the end

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #262 (1880) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Lyrics: 1 In love still faithful to the end, The Lord approved Himself our Friend, And granted in His last bequest That which through faith gives peace and rest. 2 The night in which He was betrayed, He blessed the bread and cup, and said, Eat, drink, and named the given good: 'This is My Body and My Blood.' 3 Israel's Paschal-feast had long Kept waiting hope in Israel strong, The Lamb of God now gave, instead, Himself as heavenly drink and bread. 4 Keep ye this feast confessing Me, Whose death alone could make you free, Your souls and bodies, dearly bought, Yield not to sin: forget Me not! 5 O may we ne'er unworthy prove Of Jesus' all-enduring love! Nor doubt the Master's work and Word, And thus reject Him as the Lord. 6 His body, once as ransom given, Is proffered her as pledge of heaven; His blood, shed for us on the tree, Here cleanses from iniquity. 7 Lord help our faith to grasp the Word, That we in grace may near Thy board; And here discern what Thou dost give, Partake of life and ever live! Topics: The Catechism Justification
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In love still faithful to the end

Author: Rev. Emanuel Cronenwett, D. D. Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #262 (1908) Lyrics: 1 In love still faithful to the end, The Lord approved Himself our Friend, And granted in His last bequest, That which through faith gives peace and rest. 2 The night in which He was betrayed, He blessed the bread and cup, and said, Eat, drink, and named the given good: 'This is My Body and My Blood.' 3 Israel's Paschal-feast had long Kept waiting hope in Israel strong, The Lamb of God now gave, instead, Himself as heavenly drink and bread. 4 Keep ye this feast confessing Me, Whose death alone could make you free, Your souls and bodies, dearly bought, Yield not to sin: forget Me not! 5 O may we ne'er unworthy prove Of Jesus' all-enduring love! Nor doubt the Master's work and Word, And thus reject Him as the Lord. 6 His body, once as ransom given, Is proffered her as pledge of heaven; His blood, shed for us on the tree, Here cleanses from iniquity. 7 Lord help our faith to grasp the Word, That we in grace may near Thy board; And here discern what Thou dost give, Partake of life and ever live! Topics: The Catechism Holy Communion Languages: English Tune Title: HARMONY GROVE

In love still faithful to the end

Author: Emanuel Cronenwett Hymnal: Hymnal for Church, School and Home #d62 (1908)

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